Harmon Eyes ‎– Chasing Golden Planets EP

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Loop Records (4) ‎– LOOP 007
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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A1 Tension
A2 Citric Acid
B1 Harmonic Content
Written-By, Producer – Per Stålbrand
B2 Junoctal

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All tracks written and produced at the Globe Studio Stockholm.

Respect to: Mooses on Acid, Transparent 303. DJ Bennie, DJ Term, A. H. Special super McRespect to Adam.

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  • Matrix / Runout: LOOOP 007 A Audiodisc 940916
  • Matrix / Runout: LOOOP 007 B Audiodisc 940916

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sloanre

sloanre

November 2, 2017
Anyone have a good quality copy of this? I've been on the hunt.

November 7, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
Even 10 years ago Peter Benisch was creating deep, melodic and fascinating music.

The first 3 tracks are trance music with some good 303's. Tension has a chugging bassline and a drum pattern that moves the track on. The most interesting part is the warm high synth pads in the background that contrast with rest of the music, and later some nice 303 work. It feels very delicate and beautiful even though it has a trance beat. Overall very warm and dreamy. The drum pattern as always is interesting.

Citric Acid has a bassline that sounds very much like the formation of hard trance starting, but back when many sub genres of trance were coming about. This bassline led track sounds very much like what High-Gate would be doing years and years later.

Harmonic Content is again typical of much of the Harmon Eyes stuff, a generally good beautiful trance track.

The last track, Junoctal is one of the first ambient tracks ever released by Peter Benisch. It shows the first forming stages of the style which was to be developed much further on Soundtrack Saga, with some of the unique techniques he employs in song structure and harmony.

In short well worth tracking down, as every track holds its own .